Target shooting is generally allowed on trust lands, subject to the following restrictions. Failure to follow the rules may result in closures of certain areas to target shooting.
- Only targets manufactured or assembled for target shooting purposes may be used (no household items may be used)
- No targets that explode, ignite, shatter, or pose a hazard to people, animals, or property may be used (clay pigeons are allowed)
- All targets, debris, and spent shells must be cleaned up and removed from the land after use
- Shooting of signs, fences, or other property is not allowed
- No shooting is allowed within 50 feet of a water source
- Any state and local shooting rules and closures should be followed on trust lands
Lake Mountain Shooting Closure Area – Click here for a map of the closure area located west of Utah Lake.